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SolarCity, a company specializing in solar power, energy efficiency and electric vehicle services, has provided the Town of East Bridgewater, Mass., with more than 10,000 solar panels that have 2.45 MW of total generation capacity. According to the company, the town pays SolarCity for the electricity the panels produce at a discount to its local utility rates.

SolarCity says the electricity generated by the solar installation will be integrated into utility National Grid's network and result in net metering credits, which will be used to reduce the town's electricity bills.


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